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From John Yu <j...@scioworks.com>
Subject Re: confusion about view part!!!
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2002 07:48:03 GMT
Hi Amit,

Converting static html pages into "struts pages" is a pretty common routine 
in medium/large projects, in which programmers get the mock-up pages from 
graphical designers.

Using javascript and stylesheet shouldn't add any complication to the 
conversion process. One thing to watch out is that links to css may need to 
be modified to dynamically prepend the servlet context. Besides, the 
conversion process can be quite tedious and mechanical.

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     There are tools like Scioworks Camino which can automate the process.
     See http://www.scioworks.com/scioworks_camino.html for details.
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Frames and Struts are compatible.


At 01:17 pm 29-08-2002, you wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>I am working on very large scale b2b portal containing Jsp pages which 
>usus javascripts and style sheets in bulk.
>
>So, I am confused that view pages should be made directly using struts tag 
>or it should be easy to make in html and then convert into struts.
>
>In my company designers are not aware with struts so we are going to get 
>html pages.
>
>do any one has idea that how difficult it is going to be if we converts 
>html pages(with bulky javascript and stylesheets) into struts?
>
>Also, designers are used to make pages using frames, so is there any 
>problem using frames in struts or templates (or tiles) is better option?
>
>Please help me to sort out.
>
>Thanks in reading the mail.
>
>Amit Badheka.

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